asheville weddings

Whether you live here or are planning a Destination Asheville Wedding, we can help. We work with some of Asheville's top event planners, wedding venues, caterers and B&Bs. Wines are rapidly becoming a focal point of weddings. And our wines are the highest quality for the price.

Our shop, on the way to The Grove Park Inn has been voted number 1 in Western North Carolina in the Best of WNC MountainX Poll, for the past three years. MetroWines has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, and staff writes for Capital at Play, The Laurel of Asheville and Sophie Magazine. We are a trusted purveyor in Western North Carolina and we KNOW Asheville.

We have seen dozens of weddings through from start to vows! We have a dedicated wedding coordinator that will work with you on every aspect of putting your wedding together. We can assist in planning with rehearsal dinners, bachelor or bachelorette parties, and a wedding registry. And we can even help you with "themed" weddings and parties! @MetroWines, we say that if we don't do it, we know who does and who does it right!

Planning a honeymoon out of the country, we can plan a tasting for wine you might find on the menu at your destination.

All you need to do is decide what you're wearing, who is in the wedding party, and invite guests.

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From the Asheville Wedding Wine Blog

15 November 2019
Wine Blog
Wedding Wines

Tuesday, December 17th

Sparkling Class with Andy Hale
5:30 to 6:30 @MetroWines $25


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Champagne, Cava, Prosecco, Methode Champenoise?
Not all bubbles are the same nor should they be. Know your bubbles!
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Wine Blog
Wedding Wines

 <em>Wine Jar with Fish and Aquatic Plants</em>, 14th century. Porcelain with underglaze cobalt blue decoration, 11 15/16 x 13 3/4in. (30.3 x 34.9cm). Brooklyn Museum, The William E. Hutchins Collection, Bequest of Augustus S. Hutchins, 52.87.1. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 52.87.1_side1_PS9.jpg)
This masterpiece of Chinese porcelain is an important example of early
blue-and-white ware from the imperially sponsored kilns of Jingdezhen. Four energetic fish—mackerel, whitefish, carp, and freshwater perch—are depicted swimming along the hips of the vessel; their Chinese names form a rebus for the phrase qingbai lianjie, meaning “honest and incorruptible.” The twisting leaves and stems of the eelgrass, blossoming lotuses, and other flora elegantly frame the fish and re-create the teeming pulse of a lush aquarium. The visual wordplay suggests that the jar may have been made for an elite clientele who, it was hoped,
would be inspired by the rebus’s message of rectitude while drinking their wine.


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